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This is my 3 elements half wave vertical yagi, cut for the 20 meters , facing Asia




My Colombian home is located in a rural area,close to Juan de Acosta city, a small village of about 15000 peoples , located in the Northen Colombia, my antennas are on the top of the hill 3 miles south of the Atlantic Ocean , my house still under construccion yet, so far I have a G5RVcut for 40 meters abouth 204 feets or 62 meters feed with open line and also a 3 element half wave vertical yagui for 20 meter, and a very near future I will erect a 1/4 wave vertical for 80 meters and an inverted L for 160 meters . I do a lot of listening every morning just before my sunrise in the lower bands around 09.00 to 11.30 GMT. Iam a retired person and been a Ham radio operator since 1960, I love this unique and fantastic hobby . At the present time I getting qsls cards at my Florida ( usa ) home, but it takes few months before answer the mail, I prefer LoTw, Fast, secure and no money involved. Let me express my gratitud to all of you, for the amability of the qsos . K4AMW -- HK0NA - HK1MW - Ex HK1AMW - Ex WB3AOP Ex HK1TL 1976 Moon Bounce Expedtion  Ex HK0TU  1983 Malpelo DxExpedition


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